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    Quote Originally Posted by raefil View Post
    We can neither say it's correct or incorrect. There either random stats you've made up or you can link us to where they're from.

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    I've said they are my guesstimates !

    By all means put your rival figures together... even as a guesstimates (with a substantial error margin) they are more realistic than 100% Remain support for staying in the EU unconditionally... which is what PPC appears to be arguing.

    I'm arguing that the Remain support is more complex mix than that..

    I refer you to the bar chart on Page 5 "Reasons for voting Remain" http://csi.nuff.ox.ac.uk/wp-content/...ons_Voting.pdf
    It shows that over 50% of Remain voters gave as their first reason "they feared damage to the UK economy"
    but its quite a jump to see that as 100% support for staying with the EU status quo..
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    Quote Originally Posted by sliper View Post
    I've said they are my guesstimates !

    By all means put your rival figures together... even as a guesstimates (with a substantial error margin) they are more realistic than 100% Remain support for staying in the EU unconditionally... which is what PPC appears to be arguing.

    I'm arguing that the Remain support is more complex mix than that..

    I refer you to the bar chart on Page 5 "Reasons for voting Remain" http://csi.nuff.ox.ac.uk/wp-content/...ons_Voting.pdf
    It shows that over 50% of Remain voters gave as their first reason "they feared damage to the UK economy"
    but its quite a jump to see that as 100% support for staying with the EU status quo..
    It is more complex otherwise, given the changes over the last 40 odd years within the EU, then you would have to seriously question the intelligence and/or arrogance of remainers who would blindly sign their and their children’s futures away forever without having a clue what the changes will be within! That is truly scary.
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